Tag Archives: time management

ROW80: The Writing Challenge That Knows You Have a Life

Posted by Kathy Waller It is a truth universally acknowledged that to accomplish anything of worth, one must first set goals. But goals drive me crazy, and that’s no secret either. Periodically, fellow Austin Mystery Writer Gale Albright pulls out her notebook … Continue reading

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Pieces of Time

“After you learn – and if you’re good and Gawd helps ya and you’re lucky to have a personality that comes across – then what you’re doing is, you’re giving people… little, tiny pieces of time… that they never forget.”- … Continue reading

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Tailoring, Treaties, and Tomatoes: 3 Techniques to Turn You into a Tenacious Writer

In a post that appeared here last fall, Austin Mystery Writer Laura Oles asked the burning question, Can a technique named after a tomato serve as the answer to your time management woes? Or, more specifically, what does the writer … Continue reading

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